until i broke down... "oh, walter!" if you'd have been a gentleman, you'd have forgotten -- why, you! what rosalind russell is, is looking for here, what she's torn between is not just two men, but two versions of herself, two versions of womanhood, which are seen as in conflict, and still are. we have on the one hand the myth you can have it all; on the other we do feel still, this tension between devotion to career, which is still seen as somehow selfish for women. to be obsessed with work. i mean about three years ago, "his girl friday," if the script had come in, would have been cutting-edge. and that, my friends, is my farewell to the paper. i'm gonna be a woman, not a news-getting machine. i'm gonna have babies and take care of them and give them time to grow, watch their teeth grow, oh dear, if i see one of them look at a newspaper again, i'm gonna brain 'em. where's my hat? hello? hello? oh, mr. burns? yes, she's still here. (molly haskell) she thinks she wants to move to suburbia and join the garden club and do those womanly things.